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AT TlE THEATERS
TODAY

"INDEMNITY SHOULD BE
DETERMINED AT ONCE'"

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Screen
Mlajestie-"Clothes," with an ex-
ceptional cast. Universal
comedy, "Laughing Gas," and
Pathe News.
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Charm School." Also "The
Race. of the Age," featuring
Man o' War.' .
Wuerth - Douglas Fairbanks'
starring in his latest produc-
tion, "The Mark of Zorro."
Hallroom Boys comedy and
Universal News.
OrphetUm - Viola Dana in "A
Chorus Girl's Romance." Last
episode of "Daredevil Jack,"
and first episode of "Velvet
Fingers," with George B.
Seitz.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney - Today - Jack Nor
worth in a whirly girly com-
edy, "My Lady Friends."
Garrick (Detroit) - Marjorie
Rambeau in Channing Pol-
lock's great melodramatic hit,
"The Sign on the Door." It's
an A. H. Wood production.
Shubert (Detroit)-This is the
last week of the peppy musical
comedy scream, "Cinderella
on Broadway."

PROFESSOR CRANE SAYS ThAT
1)ELAY OF COUNCIL AIDS '
GERMANY
Prof. R. T. Crane, of the political
science department, in commenting on
the newly proposed settlement of the
German indemnity payments, said,
"The fixing of the reparation is the
greatest need of the world at this mo-
ment. The reported plan of the Su-
preme Council does not fix the in-
demnity completely. Any move indi-
cative of an intention to fix the final
terms is welcome.
"I do not agree with those who have
held that failure to definitely stipulate
the amount to be paid by Germany in
the treaty of Versailles, is a great in-
justice to Germany. No government in
any of the allied countries would have
been permitted to have fixed the in-
demnity at figures not greatly exceed-
ing those now suggested. Every
month's delay has figured in favor of
Germany. It is probable that further
delay would result in further modera-
tion. -But the disadvantage arising out
of the uncertainty of the Germans as
to what they will have to pay, now
obviously outweighs any gain by a
longer delay. The need for a definite
decision has become imperative,
Terms Are Disappointing
"The terms outlined by the Supreme
Council are disappointing. They have
yet to be accepted by Germany and it
is improbable that any agreement will
be reached unless they are materially
iltered.
"Germany should be compelled, un-
doubtedly, to pay all that can be rea-

sonably extracted from her; not be- NAVAL .RESERVES
cause she is a defeated nation, but be- TO HEAR OFFICER
cause she was unquestionably the ag-
gressor and inflicted more damage in
France and Belgium than the utmost Lieutenant-Commander Broadhead,
timit of which she can possibly pay, senior naval reserve officer of Michi-
will be able to restore. Although the gale, who is speaking to the reserves
amount that can be reasonably gotten' and the reserve officers this evening
Out of Germany i primarily an eco- heUnion, has been brought here
nomic question on which I am notniversity who have
competent to pass an opinion, it seems, considered it to be of benefit to have a
tlbya naval officer.
highly unlikely that Germany can pay takb a lofcr
the amount demanded in the present The purpose of the talk is to ac-
proposals. Either the fiat indemnity quaint the men on the inactive list
of 224,000,000 gold marks or the'12 with the latest orders pertaining to
per cent tax on exports extending over discharge, retainer pay,, confirmation
a period of 42 years alone would seem of rating, summer cruises, Victory
nearer the measure of her ability to medals and organization of the re-
pay. As between the two, the tax on serves.
exports appears to be the more desir- Commander Broadhead speaks to
able form of indemnity, providing the the officers at 7 o'clock this evening
extremely difficult problem of collec- and to thb men at 8 o'clock, both meet-
tion can be solved." ings to take place in the Union.
Come to Teet's Dining Rooms, 805 Use the advertising columns of The
E. Huron St. for your Sunday Night Michigan Daily to reach the best of
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